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Cigars earning a CigarScore 2 are ones I’d really prefer to not smoke again. They were ok, but I wouldn’t recommend them to a friend or a family member. These cigars are sticks to be avoided unless you’re up for a mediocre adventure and you can’t find something better.

Cigar Review: Villiger La Vencedora Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Villiger is a cigar brand that’s been around a while. Villiger was started in 1888 by Jean Villiger in Switzerland, and they make a lot of cigars. But, if you’re like me, you’ve never smoked one before. The Villiger La Vencedora Robusto is a great looking cigar. If you removed the Villiger label and […]

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Cigar Review: RoMa Craft CroMagnon Fomorian

Initial Thoughts: I received the RoMa Craft CroMagnon Fomorian as a gift from a good friend. I’d seen him smoking this cigar on several occasions, but it always seemed to fall apart on him because of the finicky candela wrapper. However, after receiving the Fomorian as a gift, I thought I’d review it for you. The RoMa […]

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Cigar Review: Esteban Carreras Unforgiven Toro Grande

Initial Thoughts: Some cigars you choose; others, you don’t. Today I’m smoking the Esteban Carreras Unforgiven Toro Grande, a cigar given to me by a friend. However, unlike some cigars I’ve been given, this Unforgiven was, well, given, by a friend who doesn’t know a lot about cigars. Oh well, time for an adventure. The Esteban […]

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Cigar Review: Espinosa Red River Valley Toro

Initial Thoughts: Another gift from a fellow cigar smoker, the Espinosa Red River Valley Toro is a cigar made exclusively for the Texas and Oklahoma cigar markets. The 6 x 50 toro has a dark Mexican San Andres wrapper and Nicaraguan binder and filler tobacco. After cutting the end, the draw is perfectly loose. The initial […]

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Cigar Review: Cornelius & Anthony The Gent Robusto

Initial Thoughts: Cornelius & Anthony cigars are not any with which I’m too familiar. But, they’ve been around since 1866 (it says so right on the label), so I’m expecting a good smoke today! The Cornelius & Anthony The Gent Robusto is a great looking cigar, but there’s a vein running down the wrapper that’s cause […]

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Cigar Review: Stolen Throne Crook of the Crown Toro

Initial Thoughts: It’s an interesting time to be in the cigar business. On one hand, the Food and Drug Administration is targeting premium cigars in the worst way. On the other, boutique cigar brands are popping up all over the place. Today we’re smoking the Stolen Throne Crook of the Crown Toro – a cigar from […]

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Cigar Review: Charter Oak Connecticut Natural Toro by Foundation Cigar Co.

Initial Thoughts: The Charter Oak Connecticut marks the beginning of my search for the perfect breakfast cigar. While I used to shy away from adding a cigar to my morning coffee routine, I’ve slowly come around to the idea that the two might go well together. So, today, I’m lighting up the Charter Oak Connecticut Natural […]

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Cigar Review: MBombay Classic Belicoso

Initial Thoughts: MBombay Cigars is a brand with which I’m not too familiar. But, they’re somewhat active on social media, so I’ve seen them around. And it’s MBombay Cigars that makes the MBombay Classic Belicoso. This cigar is a short, thick cigar with a lighter Ecuadorian Habano wrapper. The draw starts off really nice and the […]

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Cigar Review: Gurkha Chairman’s Select Grand Robusto Perfecto

Initial Thoughts: I’m no stranger to Gurkha Cigars. Here on, I’ve reviewed the Gurkha Royal Challenge, the Gurkha Ghost Asura, the Gurkha Cellar Reserve Platinum Solara, and the Gurkha Heritage. And it’s no secret that they never score very high on the CigarScore scale. However, as with every new cigar, I went into the Gurkha […]

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Cigar Review: La Aurora 115th Anniversary Limited Edition Belicoso

Initial Thoughts: Wow, this cigar smells really good. As soon as I snatched the La Aurora 115th Anniversary Limited Edition Belicoso out of my humidor, I knew I was in for a good time. I hoped. The cigar looks dark and oily and appears well made. After cutting off the tip with my guillotine, the draw […]

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